Libroqueue 2021.07...

As predicted, May raised the bar high. Too high. Unsustainably high. And I paid for it in June. Paid ugly. 

Here’s what I planned to read…

  • Gino Wickman’s Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business
  • Lenny Kravitz’s Let Love Rule
  • Walter Tevis’ The Queen’s Gambit
  • Jeff Lemire’s Sweet Tooth vol 4: Endangered Species
  • Jeff Lemire’s Sweet Tooth vol 5: Unnatural Habitats

Here’s what I finished…

  • Lenny Kravitz’s Let Love Rule
  • Walter Tevis’ The Queen’s Gambit
  • Jeff Lemire’s Sweet Tooth vol 4: Endangered Species

I mean, finishing 80% of what you set out to read is still pretty good. But when you only finished 30% of the total book count from the month before? That 80% doesn't feel so great. But I'll deal.

For July, I will try to read:

Priya Parker's The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters...


Kenny Aronoff's Sex, Drums, Rock 'n' Roll!: The Hardest Hitting Man in Show Business


Andy Weir's Project Hail Mary...


G. Willow Wilson's Cairo: A Graphic Novel


Jeff Lemire’s Sweet Tooth vol 5: Unnatural Habitats…


Why am I still being so darned ambitious? Underachieve, Kevin! Underachieve!

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